Members of the public are invited to help continue the annual tradition that aims to beautify public spaces and deter graffiti.
Jean Zaun carries three elements – the rural landscape, chocolate, and oil paint – from her 1950s childhood in Lebanon County with her still.
Members of LVCOA recently grouted, polished, and applied the finishing touches of paint to their 2022 mosaic mural.
The Angela C. Funk Legacy Exhibit will be presented to the community from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Aug. 6 at the LVCOA headquarters.
Sheaf has been a fixture on stages in Lebanon, Gretna, and Hershey as an actor in, and director of, countless productions.
Katie Trainer – muralist, author, and local art legend – talks about her work, her life after a car accident and COVID-19, and much more.
Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts newest exhibit, Art for Healing, will debut during the First Friday Art Walk, May 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. The exhibit is on display at LVCOA’s Gallery 770, 770 Cumberland Street, Lebanon.
LVCOA will unveil its April exhibit, Heart and Soul: Art that Comes from the Heart – Art that Speaks to the Soul, during the First Friday Art Walk.
The Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts is taking its newest exhibit out of doors. It’s being dubbed ‘Art in the Wild’, or more specifically ‘Connections’.
Artists and craftspeople were showing their wares this past weekend in Lebanon.